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  • Your question was, "How do I beat you?"
     
    Its pretty simple to do.
     
    All you do is reverse engineer your competitor's ad, marketing, ad placement strategy, etc and then once you figure out what makes their ad tick and make money, you one up it.
     
    You will not likely here this anywhere else, but here is basically the best way to get any product up and making tons of money.  The below is far more than valuable:
     
    STEPS:
     
    1. Basically, you make an ad description for the eBook.  I generally find those who are selling a similar eBook and are making the most money out of all those selling that particular topic of ebook.  I do this at a link like this:
     
     
    I analyze those who are selling this type of eBook and find the seller making the most money..  I believe I already showed you who this was (hawaiian guy), but there are also many other good examples..  See the link above and do the research a bit..
     
    2. Then, you make your ad in a very similar manner taking the good attributes from the top ads that sell already on eBay..  Think about what of the attributes would seem most appealing to your customers..
     
    3. You make titles that are similar to the titles of the top sellers.. Make sure to get in the relevant keywords..
     
    4. Next, you put up an auction in a normal manner..  NOT at the top of the page..  Just a normal auction or buy it now..  Costs maybe $1+. 
     
    5. Put up a few auctions like this..  Its a bit slow at this stage, but look at it as perfecting your ad.  All you want to do is make sure you can sell on 40% of the auctions..  If you can do this, then your ad and title is solid.  Make sure the price is solid, like $7.95 or $9.95.
     
    6. THEN, after you have gotten some sales, confirmed it sells 40% of the time, THEN, you can put it up at the top of the page in Featured manner.  This will make the process less expensive, as you did your testing on the slower, lower priced regular auctions.. 
     
    7. NOW you are doing some testing at the featured level.  It might already preform good as you tested at the lower levels, but this is a different way to sell, so you might have to do some testing to make sure you are getting the sales..  At the top of the page you will want to be doing dutch auctions and trying to sell 8 or more per auction..
     
    8. ONCE you have proof it is selling 8 or more and going good, THEN, you branch out into other categories, using other titles, and putting the auctions on different days.  This capitalizes the area on eBay so you can max out what you make..
     
    This is where you are at a level where you can make $50 bucks a day..
     
    Takes a while, but I already have several products at this level.   Make take even two months to do all of this, BUT IN THE END, it is worth it.
     
    Why is it worth it?
     
    Do the math..  $50 a day x 3 years.. Thats $50,000..  I think testing and patience is worth $50,000. 
     
    I have made that much off some of my auctions like this.. I have probably made $100,000 off the TV Projector info kit I sell.  It followed the same pattern in selling..
     
     
     
    Sincerely
    Tony


    Gary <gary@aaaa.com> wrote:
    Email that I sent in response to your message tirade that you went on last week was sent to this email address and has gone unanswered since Tuesday, July 11th.
    So are you going to honor your 30 day money back guarantee or not?
     
     
    Gary


    From: Anthony W. [mailto:optasia_mail@yahoo.com]
    Sent: Sunday, July 09, 2006 12:50 AM
    To: gary@aaaa.com
    Subject: Re: Message from eBay Member Regarding Item #6066462035

    Hi Gary,
     
    My 99 cent Recipe CD is not an eBook in the eBook vault or any of the 1000 eBooks I have for you to use.
     
    I created and copyrighted the 99 cent Recipe CD.  It has nothing to do with the eBook business as you suspect.
     
    Neither does any of the other products have anything to do with any of the eBooks you received when you bought the business.
     
    So, you are in error in thinking this.
     
    I have only two eBooks I am selling and neither are in the set of 1000's of eBooks..
     
     
    Sincerely
    Tony


    Gary <gary@aaaa.com> wrote:
    Message sent 24 hours ago with no response to eBay id: godrules_net
    Please respond.

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    Your eBay listing stated that you would "pass my complete electronic
    business to a new generation of eBay sellers". When you say "pass" I'm under
    the impression that you will no longer be using the business. When I
    researched the 99 Gift Basket Receipes and Ideas I find that you are one
    selling them for .99 plus $5.95 shipping. You never mentioned that I would
    be competing with you in selling your items.

    What kind of coaching support could one expect to receive from their
    competitor? Your listing states: "My coaching and support can give
    strategies and an edge over your competition." O.K. then how do I beat you?
    Tell me that. It's been 8 days since I emailed you my introduction and asked
    for coaching support and I still haven't received a response. NO EXCUSE
    TOTALLY UNSATISFACTORY

    I feel that you misrepresented yourself and I am not a satisfied customer.
    Please honor your 30 day money back guarantee and refund me the $49.95 I
    paid for the business that you are still in.

    Thank you
    Gary




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    LIS WIEHL: You can't not hire Lenny.
    O'REILLY: Yes, but ... Don't you see my business point here? ... the state of Calif .. is forcing me to hire people that may be detrimental to my business.
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    O'REILLY: Ms. Rivers, you understand ... better than Lis because she went to Harvard Law School, and that disqualifies her from common sense.
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    O'REILLY: All right, Lis ... I sell bibles in Tarzana, CA. Lenny comes in, & he's got a ... beard. He's wearing a dress ... I have to hire him?
    LIS WIEHL: You can't not hire Lenny.
    O'REILLY: Yes, but ... Don't you see my business point here? ... the state of Calif .. is forcing me to hire people that may be detrimental to my business.
    LIS WIEHL: appearance shouldn't matter. When you're selling bibles.
    O'REILLY: Ms. Rivers, you understand ... better than Lis because she went to Harvard Law School, and that disqualifies her from common sense.
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